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Monday, February 06, 2006

Why Muslims Can't Take a Joke

AsiaTimes' Spengler:

"With freedom of choice and access to information come doubt. "

That's it in a nutshell.

Read it all.


  • At Tue Feb 07, 04:58:00 AM PST, Blogger Always On Watch said…

    Good find!

    From Spengler's article: As the pope explained, the eternal, unchanging character of the Koran that the Archangel Gabriel dictated verbatim to Mohammed admits of no doubt. Muslim belief is not dialogue, but submission. It is as defenseless before the bacillus of skepticism as the American aboriginals were before the smallpox virus.

    Closely examining Islam--and of course its founder--could bring the whole cult toppling down. Muslims, manipulated by the imams/mullahs, will do everything in their power to prevent close scrutiny of their ideology. Therefore, criticism of Islam in any form is something these cultists will prevent. Except that they cannot prevent those of us who know how to research from finding out the truth.

  • At Tue Feb 07, 05:55:00 PM PST, Blogger dag said…

    Hi all,

    I'm watching the Muslims put the squeeze on a fellow blogger who has up some graphics of Mohammed they don't like. They managed to get Google to put a warniong at his blog. If that, then what's next? I ask all of you to copy and spread Derek's graphic til everyone sees it, especially Muslims, till it's in their faces and they can't turn but for seeing it again.

    Also, since I'm here, I'd like to mention that we are meeting in public, and the Muslims be damned, at McDonald's diners on Thrusdays from 7-9:00 pm local time. We identify ourselves by wearing blue scarves. I meet strangers who read about this because of their interest in Islam. We plot and we plan. We get to know each other. It takes some time and effort but it works. If you want to meet fellow anti-jihadists, look in at JW/DW and I'll have something posted between now and tomorrow.

    Regards, Dag.

    Derek's graphic is available here:


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